Switzerland

Everyone knows well all those stereotypes about Switzerland: cheese and chocolate, clocks and banks, pictures of happy cows grazing on emerald green meadows with snowcapped peaks in the background. While all this is actually true, the broader vision of Switzerland is a country that combines incredible natural beauty with unrivaled efficiency of infrastructure and unique blend of three cultures: German, French and Italian - all complementing each other in building specific Swiss identity. There are no huge towns in the country - basically every town except Zurich or Geneva is quite small, even the country capital.

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Seegräben

Seegräben

This pretty village on small Pfäffikersee lake is famous for its pumpkins and nearby dinosaurus museum, often combined for the festival.